Erica Campbell: ‘Help’ album review
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Erica Campbell: ‘Help’ album review

Goodness, Help is good. Erica Campbell, one-half of platinum-selling sister act Mary Mary, flies the coop to create a solo record of epic gospel proportions. Compared to the slick R&B-pop production of her familial discography, live instrumentation is Campbell’s calling card. Consummately produced by hubby Warryn Campbell (Alicia Keys), live handclaps, chiming Wurlitzers, weepy strings, front porch harmonica, Motown backbeats and the singer’s authentic gospel growl create an absolutely irresistible throwback tracklist. Add straight-up revival verses and Help is set to enamor urban music history.


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Andrew Greer is a multiple Dove Award-nominated singer/songwriter, respected author, and co-creator of the innovative Hymns for Hunger tour with Cindy Morgan, raising awareness and resources for hunger relief organizations in hundreds of cities across the country. On tour, Andrew has shared the stage with folks like Amy Grant, Brandon Heath and Andrew Peterson. His songs have been recorded by artists like Jaci Velasquez, Seth & Nirva and Nic Gonzales (of Salvador). And his first book – Transcending Mysteries – co-authored with Ginny Owens, was published by Thomas Nelson in 2015. Andrew is also host of CCM Magazine’s “Features on Film” series, featuring one-on-one conversations with some of music’s biggest artists. For more information visit: or

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